from the European Bible Institute, Lamorlaye, Paris, with The Rt Hon Edward Heath. Seek ye first the kingdom of God; Bind us together; We rest on thee I Corinthians 12, w 4-13. Director of Music DENNIS WEBER. Stereo
11.00 Jesus: A Contact special. 4: Galilee (RV) by ARTHUR SCHOLEY Presenter Rosemary Hartill Stereo (R)
11.20 Let's Move!
4: What's the Weather Like Today? It's Changing All the Time! by KATE HARRISON with Howard Ward. Stereo
11.40 The Music Box (4) Written and presented by Sandra Kerr with David Moses. Stereo
11.50-12.00 See for Yourself Home Sweet Home by BARBARA METCALF Stereo (R)
with Gordon Clough and Louis Allen in the chair. Resident team:
Irene Thomas and Eric Korn. The Midlands team:
Peter Oppenheimer and John Julius Norwich. Researchers AUDREY ROBINS and BERNICE COUPE
Producer PAUL Z. JACKSON BBC Manchester. Stereo
2.05 Playtime: Breakdown! Presenters Joanne Zorian and Tony Aitken. Stereo (R)
2.20 Active Science Built to Float with Carol Vorderman and Fred Harris. Stereo
2.40-3.00 Whirligig Unit 1: Animal Comer - Ponies and Horses with Terry Nutkins. Stereo
D S Barry:
Inventing a New Colour by PAUL . GODFREY Exeter 1942: the war is changing the lives of many, but for one young boy life is still not eventful enough.
Directed by CAROLINE RAPHAEL Stereo
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How would you cope if you were just a quarter of an inch tall? The new Disney film imagines the outcome.
At the Royal Opera House, the troubled
Prince Igor production comes under review. Presented by Paul Vaughan.
Producer JOHN BOUNDY Stereo
by PETER TINNISWOOD. Withand
6: The Best Place for Them
Will Father still go to the old people's home?
Will William continue to write under the nom de plume Gerda Fortnoy ?
And will Nancy become Winston's bit of fluff? Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol. Stereo
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